The poor indoor air quality was the issue

Always be aware of when it’s time to quit.

Not all things you try in life will work out the way you want them to turn out.

Failure is normal, and it can happen to anyone. When the pandemic hit, Sally saw herself failing at something she enjoyed. A year before, she had set up a small steakhouse, and it was doing amazing. After training as a culinary chef, and toiling at top steakhouses, Sally finally had a place of her own. Her mom, who has experience in steakhouse management, went into business with her, and they were thriving. But all that came to an end during the pandemic, and Sally was sad. She had to move back home with her mom since times were tough, even though she was grateful to be okay. After weeks residing at home, Sally got a job, and could move into a small apartment. This place wasn’t the best, but it was comfortable. It only needed a little upgrade including adding an UV air purifier. Some time after entering the apartment, Sally started sneezing and coughing. At first, Sally thought it was a cold, but soon realized it was the terrible air quality. Her mom, who had her own house, encouraged Sally to try using an UV air purifier. She said at times air quality can be terrible causing such symptoms. Sally took her advice and bought a portable UV air purifier for her apartment. The difference was almost immediate in that she was breathing better, and the cough was gone. Truly, adding an UV air purifier can improve your health and home comforts.
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